Google has announced that it will no longer support free photo editing apps.
This means that people can no longer upload and share photos without paying for a premium subscription.
The news comes a few days after Facebook and Apple each launched their own paid photo editors that charge users a monthly fee.
Facebook recently launched Photo Stories, an app that allows users to add photos to their feed for free.
It also offers a photo editing suite called Photosmart.
Apple launched Photos and Videos last year, and Apple News now offers a version of Photos that has been removed from Google’s free photo editors.
Google has not said how it plans to handle these apps.